Two- and three piece prams
The pram must adapt to our use and be safe for our newborn baby. Whether it's a simple pram, a demanding pram, a pram to travel, or by soil type, we have the best brands so you can configure the pram to suit your life and your baby.
Which pram to buy?
Depending on the needs of daily use, tastes or preferences, different configurations:
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When buying a pram, you have to take several things into account, mainly you have to choose one that is suited to our way of life and our place of residence.
A short guide to buying a pram
- If you live in the city and regularly use public transport.
In this case, you might be interested in a lightweight, practical and easy to fold up pram, which will allow you to move around cobblestone streets and with people walking everywhere.
It would also be interesting if it could be folded easily and quickly and took up little space when carried in a trunk, for example.
- If your environment is more rural.
If you find yourself in a more rural environment, you will need a pram with good padding and sturdiness, which is also lightweight, made of aluminum as it is the strongest and lightest material.
It is important that the wheels are large and that the front wheels are equipped with a locking system so that they can glide smoothly over rougher surfaces. It is also important that the push is gentle.
- The capacity of the trunk of your car is also an important point.
It is important to make sure that the pram when folded fits correctly in our trunk.
- In summary..
Most of our prams are configurable.
There are many strollers approved from newborn, for them there are soft carrycots.
On the other hand, it is possible to configure 2-piece prams and 3-piece prams.
2 piece pram
The 2-piece prams consist of a frame, a stroller and a carrycot for the first months of life.
3 piece pram
The 3-piece prams consist of a stroller, a carrycot and a Group 0+ car seat. All this to be able to transport the child in the car from birth, and in turn, leave the house for a walk, adapting it to the frame of the pram.